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NHMP > Volume 3, Number 3, September 2019

On the Unified Description of the Motion of Physical Bodies

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DOI: 10.22606/nhmp.2019.33001

Author(s)
Khachatur Kirakosyan
Affiliation(s)
Institute of Chemical Physics, Armenian National Academy of Sciences, Armenia
Abstract
It is supposed that beginning with the definite hierarchical level the physical bodies possess the same structural element, which specifies the same mechanism of motion and the same quantitative apparat of describing the motion. From the proposed mechanism, the minimal intervals of space and time necessary for the quantitative description of motion are defined and the structural content of the “mass” notion and the parameters related to it revealed. The unified equation of motion is proposed.
Keywords
Structure, space, time, motion, mass, dualism, invariance.
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